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Tatiana D. Grant, MPR

President, Infused PR & Events and Co-Owner, Flash Delivery

Tatiana Grant is a metro-Detroit native, who has had an entrepreneurial spirit since a young age. This spirit started with a Kool-Aid stand and expanded to a home business of doing hair and nails, under the age of 10. Her family instilled hard work and education, which sparked her work ethic and academic performance. Her past experience allowed her to gain positions at some of the nation and region's leading companies. After working in the corporate world, she pondered the idea of starting her own public relations and event planning company, and Infused PR & Events was formed. Luckily, Grant had built up a strong network of friends, family and acquaintances who supported her and her business ventures. Infused PR & Events offers premier public relations and event planning services to celebrities, small businesses, non-profits and corporations.

Under Grant's influence and execution, Infused manages sponsorship relations for clients and has managed approximately $5M for clients (to date). The company has also grown its client base from professional athletes (the only clients at first) to small businesses, nonprofits and corporations.

Additionally, the Infused team has secured local and national media placement for clients. Media outlets include: CNN, ESPN, Mitch Albom Show, Wall Street Journal, Men's Health, New York Daily News, Essence Magazine, BET News, Fox Sports, Shape Magazine, USA Today, Sports Illustrated, Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, Oakland Press, Channels 2, 4, 7, Ambassador Magazine, Crain's Detroit, and Hour Detroit.

Some of Infused’s clients include/have included:

Grant has unique experience doing event planning for the Braylon Edwards/Foundation, Dwight Smith Foundation, Detroit Economic Club, Michigan State Fair, and the Parade Company; media relations for the North American International Auto Show, public relations for retail developer, The Taubman Company, The Palace Sports & Entertainment (Detroit Pistons and Shock), WEMU, and Court TV; community relations for WJBK-TV Fox 2; marketing research and development for automotive supplier, Reynolds & Reynolds; and external relations for the Detroit Super Bowl XL Host Committee. The skills she has perfected while working at these various companies will be instrumental in the company's success.

A self-proclaimed "foodie", Grant decided to turn an idea into reality in 2013 after realizing she needed dinner delivered to her; it was a cold, rainy night. After doing research, she discovered this could turn into a viable business venture. The concept of Flash Delivery was born. Flash Delivery is a restaurant and grocery delivery service, focused on downtown Detroit. She tested the concept by applying to the D: Hive Build (business plan incubator program) and graduated winter 2013. Flash launched February 2014 and services downtown Detroit employees, residents and out-of-town guests.

Grant received media attention about her various business ventures, philanthropic efforts, love of Detroit, and overall ways of balancing personal and work life. She began receiving emails and messages on Facebook from men and women (however mostly young women) who were inspired by the work she was doing. Reflecting upon the women in her life who inspired and assisted her on the path to greatness, Grant created Business Divas Diaries. Business Divas Diaries is a blog that is a place for women to share their stories and ask questions about business and life.

Grant graduated cum laude and holds a Master's in Public Relations from Michigan State University and a Bachelor's of Science (with honors) in Public Relations from Eastern Michigan University. She was also awarded the L. Brooks Patterson Elite 40 Under 40 Award, Michigan Front Page's "30 Under 40", Michigan State University Graduate Scholar Award, National Golden Key Award, Eastern Michigan University Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award, Eastern Michigan University Campus Leader Award and Ullrich Honor's College Award and Scholarship.

She has a personal mission and commitment to bettering her community and volunteers for the Belle Isle Conservancy, Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit, Detroit Opera House, and THAW Detroit. Due to her unique career and success at such a young age, Grant has been asked to serve as keynote address at numerous high school, college and professional groups. She was the keynote speaker at Michigan State University’s 2013 African American Commencement. Some of these include: Eastern Michigan University, Michigan State University, Upward Bound, Inkster School District and the Kaufman Foundation's FastTrac (Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center network).

Grant enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and taking weekend trips to various cities. More importantly, she enjoys food... fine dining, fast food, slow food, whatever kind of food. She has a long-haired Chihuahua named Chase, who is such a joy!

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